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T. Mansfield (ferry), 5:4-5
Tabacnik, Ruth, 42:61 fig
Tabaret, Father, 4:7
Tabernacle, the (schoolhouse, church), 1:8, 19:33
Tackaberry Lawn (painting), 46:76 fig
Taft-Fielding reciprocity agreement, 23:31
Taggart
   family, 13:20
   Agnes Bertha (Munro), 13:21
   Donald, 44:82 fig
   Harold, 44:82 fig
   John, 2:14, 44:82
   Katie, 44:82, 44:82 fig
   Robert (Rev.), 13:20-24
   William Robert, 13:21 fig
Taggart farmhouse, 44:82-84
tailors, 11:11, 14:19
“Take Me Home” (song), 44:112
A Tale of Two Chelseas, 43:27
Tally
   Bridget (Farrell), 3:18
   Patrick, 3:18
Tamblyn
   Ian
       Angel’s Share concerts, 44:102, 44:110 fig
       and Bridge to the Past, 42:84
       discography, 44:113
       early music jobs, 44:104
       early years, 44:102 fig
       and family, 44:107 fig, 44:108 fig, 44:109 fig
       fundraising for covered bridge, 23:6
       at home, 44:111 fig, 44:113 fig
       increasing success, 44:110-112
       Laing Road house, 44:103 fig, 44:103-104, 44:104 fig, 44:111 fig
       move to Chelsea, 44:102-103
       in the North, 44:106 fig, 44:107
       plays, 44:102
       at vernissage, 42:96 fig, 42:97
   Matthew, 44:103, 44:105 fig, 44:107 fig, 44:108 fig
   Walker, 44:103, 44:107 fig, 44:108 fig
Tanguay, C. E. (Mgr), 5:4
tanking, 15:37
Tanner, George, 43:57 fig
tanneries, Old Chelsea, 43:27, 43:29
tanning of hides, 19:38
Tant
   Bess, 44:5 fig, 44:38-40, 44:39 fig, 44:41 fig
   Bessie, 44:44 fig
   Catherine. see Egan, Catherine (Young)
   Ilea, 44:5 fig
   Judy, 44:5 fig
   Margo, 44:5 fig
   Verne, 44:5 fig, 44:30 fig, 44:38-40, 44:39 fig, 44:44 fig
Tapani Farm, 23:16 fig, 23:18-19
Tardiff
   Ernie, 32:4, 32:4 fig, 32:5, 32:6, 32:7 fig
   Jamie, 32:6
Tasci, Mary, 45:82 fig
“Tatouche” (pseudonym), 5:2-3
Tatour, O., 4:7
taverns
“blind pigs,” 7:22
   bylaws, 26:16, 26:17, 26:18
   regulations, 1:10, 2:24
   Bucket of Blood Tavern (Bytown), 4:2
   Carroll’s saloon, 7:22, 7:23, 10:11, 13:14
   Chelsea (West Hull), 1:10
   Cowden’s, 1:13
   Dean’s Bar, 2:24
   Hellard’s, 1:13
   Kirk’s, 1:12-13, 6:19
tax revolt of 1895, 23:9-13, 35:3, 35:8 fig
   . see also Brennan’s Hill, Battle of
taxes, 33:17
Taylor
   F. W. (Rev.), 25:25
   Jackie, 45:82 fig
   Jas. (Rev.), 33:24
   John Pringle, 8:23
Taylor Lake, 42:56, 44:33
teachers, 33:6-8, 33:11, 33:12-15, 33:18, 33:22-24
   income in 1880s, 18:12
teamsters, 15:2-3, 15:10-11, 15:37
Teasdale, Kathy, 45:80 fig, 45:82 fig
Teillet, Roger, 6:14-17
telegrams, 10:2
telegraph offices, 1:13
telephone systems
   Bell, 3:20-21, 12:5, 12:7
   Carbide Willson’s patent, 2:19
   East Wakefield Telephone Company, 3:20, 12:5, 31:7, 41:35
   Farrellton Rural Telephone Company, 3:20, 3:22, 12:5
   Gatineau “clothesline,” 8:22
   Gatineau Valley Telephone Company, 3:22
   Harold Geggie on, 12:4-7
   Huot Telephone Service, 3:20
   at MacLaren’s grist mill, 35:11
   Maniwaki Electric and Telephone Company, 3:22
   Maniwaki Power and Telephone Company, 3:21
   Maniwaki Telephone line, 12:5
   at Moorside, 11:8
   party lines, 37:25-26
   private, 41:35
   Reid’s store, 18:25-26, 30:42
   Rupert and North Wakefield Telephone Company, 3:20-21, 12:5
   Trans-Canada Telephone System, 3:19
   Wakefield and area, 3:19-22, 18:36-37, 33:5
   Wakefield and Masham Telephone Company, 3:20- 21, 12:5
tellurometers, 36:13
Telmon, Father, 4:16
temperance, 18:27-28, 32:29-30
Temperance Hotel (Aylwin), 25:5-6
Temperance Hotel (Wakefield), 27:22
temperance hotels
   Aylwin, 7:26, 25:5-6
   Chelsea, 5:25fig
   Kingsbury’s, 26:17
   Low, 5:23, 16:1
   Wakefield, 2:15, 18:27-28, 25:8, 26:19, 27:22
Templeman
   John, 45:96, 45:101 fig, 45:102
   Robert, 35:15
Tenaga
   Beattie family at, 42:37
   Benoit family at, 42:28-29, 42:35
   Bleakney family at, 30:20
   Chamberlin family at, 36:18, 42:20-21
   clubhouse, 42:22, 42:25 fig, 42:25-26, 42:30 fig, 42:32
   Cody family at, 42:33-34
   cottages at, 21:4, 42:21-35
   Crossroads, 42:29
   flag station, 12:17, 24:42, 42:20 fig, 43:72 fig, 43:74
   Gatineau River at, 25:19
   glass slide image of, 45:63 fig
   Golden Arrow Gas Bar, 45:92
   golf at, 42:25, 42:25 fig, 42:30 fig
   Green family at, 42:21-22
   Jenness family at, 30:20
   lawn bowling at, 42:22, 42:30 fig
   location of, 42:20
   McIntyre family at, 42:34, 42:36-67
   map of, 42:24 fig, 42:30 fig
   Mary Macdonald at, 44:92, 44:96-98, 44:97 fig
   origin of name, 14:3, 42:20, 46:10
   post office, 42:32
   regatta, 42:25
“Royal Court,” 42:27 fig
   softball at, 42:22, 42:23 fig
   summer residents, 42:19-35
   Sunday school class, 42:26 fig
   tennis at, 25:20, 42:30 fig
   Variety Night, 42:25-26, 42:29 fig
Tenaga, 40:35n4, 42:20
Tenaga Bay, 42:30
Tenaga Beach, 42:30, 42:34
Tenaga Lawn Bowling and Tennis Club, 25:20, 42:21
Tenàgàdin Zibi, 46:1, 46:10
Tenàgàdino Mikan, 46:10
Tenàgàdino Zibi, 46:1, 46:10
Tenagagan sipi, 40:35, 40:35n4, 42:20
Tenagatin, 40:2, 40:35n4
Tenàkàtin Zibi, 46:1
Tenasco
   Joan, 46:10
   Mary (Peifer), 16:24-25
   Teresa. see Meness, Teresa (Tenasco)
Tenesco, Pien, 40:8
tennis
   Cascades, 27:3
   Chelsea Island, 2:8, 42:7, 42:8 fig, 42:8-9 fig, 42:9 fig, 42:10, 42:15 fig
   Kingsmere Lodge, 27:8-9
   Kirk’s Ferry, 9:3
   Larrimac Golf Club, 9:25, 25:16-17, 42:36-37
   Tenaga, 25:20, 42:30 fig
Tenpenny, Francis, 45:7
Terris, Robert, 42:24 fig
Tetreau, Notary, 1:21
Theatre Wakefield, 42:79, 42:83
theodolites, 36:12
Théoret, Maurice (Father), 5:18
“These Gatineau Hills” (poem), 9: back cover
Thibodeau, Mr., 10:2
Thirty-One Mile Lake, 19:45 fig, 19:47 fig, 38:17
   caves, 27:26
   dam at, 30:36
   fish stocking of, 21:23
   fishing rights in, 21:22
   Franchot family at, 23:22
   Gatineau Fish and Game Club, 21:16, 21:17 fig, 31:23, 31:26-29, 38:29
   summer residents, 26:29-31
   timber limits, 15:31
   water quality in, 19:44-45
   as water supply, 19:44-48
Thomas
   Bill, 9:12
   E. A. “Bud,” 2:8, 42:10
   Jim, 15:33
Thomas’ hotel, 14:19
Thomasine. see Tomasine
Thompson
   family, 6:18, 6:23
   Agnes. see Cross, Agnes (Thompson)
   Allan P., 5:26, 25:7
   Audrey (Callander), 46:101 fig
   Bertha (Alexander), 6:13-14, 10:4, 16:17, 28:13-18, 28:15 fig, 28:17 fig
       . see also Kraemer, Bertha (Alexander)
   Dorcas, 6:14, 6:16-17
   Elizabeth. see Cross, Elizabeth (Thompson)
   E.W., 10:7
   Frances (Henry), 16:15
   Hall, 1:2
   Richard Rowland (Pte.), 6:12-18, 10:4, 11:2, 12:2, 16:15 fig, 16:15-18, 28:13, 30:4, 36:30
       death of, 28:16-17
       funeral of, 16:17
   Robert, 16:18
   Samuel, 6:13 fig, 6:14-17, 16:16 fig, 16:18
   Samuel N., 16:15
   William, 16:18
   Mr., 7:17
   Mrs., 6:14
Thompson Lake, 6:18
Thompson’s ferry, 6:23
Thomson
   Eleanor, 44:34 fig
   Elisabeth, 44:34 fig
   Harry, 44:16 fig, 44:30, 44:30 fig, 44:32 fig, 44:38, 44:Back cover fig, 44:Front cover fig
   James, 8:8-9
   Rosemary, 44:32 fig-34 fig
   Sheila (Hoare)
   bird banding, 44:32 fig
   canoe trip, 44:30, 44:38-45, 44:39 fig-45 fig
   development of Gatineau Park and, 44:27, 44:35-36
   early days of, 44:36-37
   gathering of oral histories, 44:31
   in Gatineau Park, 44:33 fig, 44:Front cover fig
   Rosemary Gilliat Eaton and, 44:3, 44:28
   at Shilly Shally, 44:16 fig, 44:34 fig
   at Ski-Wiff, 44:27 fig, 44:29 fig, 44:31 fig
   Tom, 42:66, 42:70-71
Thorn, Bill, 10:2
Thorne Township, 14:6-7
Thorpe, Charlotte. see Duclos, Charlotte (Thorpe)
thrashing. see threshing
three bay barns, 34:1-2, 34:2 fig, 34:3 fig
Three Figure Welcoming Belt, 40:9, 40:12, 40:12 fig
threshing, 31:31
threshing bees, 21:10-11, 21:13-14
Thumbadoo, Romola, 40:16 fig, 40:17
Thursday Morning Club, 31:15n1
“Tiebie Poiem” (song), 45:71, 45:72 fig-73 fig, 45:76, 45:78 fig
Tierney, Francis (Father), 21:33
Tiger Moth airplane, 34:11 fig, 34:11-12
Tilley
   Mary A., 2:22
   William J., 8:19
   Miss, 8:19
Tilley property, 10:21 fig
timber barges, 13:12
timber limits, 34:37
   Booth’s, 23:29-30
timber rafts, 5:12, 13:12
timber trade, 3:2-5, 4:22, 15:2, 20:41, 23:29, 24:11 fig, 34:36, 41:2
   . see also logging and lumbering
timber-jacks, 15:15
Time, Mr., 11:13
Timiskaming Indians, 10:21
Timmins, Sarah. see Stevenson, Sarah (Timmins)
Tip Top Inn
   baseball field near, 46:59, 46:62, 46:63 fig
boxing match at, 31:38
   Cross/McGarry wedding party at, 35:41
   dances at, 11:20, 31:33
   fundraising events at, 22:3
   gaming machines at, 30:41-43
   history of, 9:3-5
   Jenness family and, 30:22
   photo ca 1933, 9:4 fig
   photo ca 1940, 30:41 fig
Tip Top Tea Room. see Tip Top Inn
Tobin, Richard, 7:2-3, 7:6n20
Todd, Frederick, 30:12
tokens, 28:31-42, 28:32 fig, 28:35 fig, 28:Front & back covers fig
Tolgyesy, Victor, 8:19
toll roads, 1:14, 19:27
   to Maniwaki, 27:18
Toller, R., 11:14
tollgates
   regulations, 6:20-21
   Aylmer Road, 17:1
   Cascades, 1:14
   Chelsea, 1:14, 19:27
   Fleury Road, 27:18
   Kirk’s Ferry, 26:12
   West Hull Council on, 2:9
   Wrightville, 1:14, 27:18
Tom Moore’s Hotel, 2:4 fig, 7:26, 25:5, 40:26, 40:27 fig, 40:31
Tomasine district, 15:17, 24:9
Tomasine Lake, 40:5
Tomasine River, 15:27
Tommy
   Andy, 34:17 fig
   Art, 34:17 fig
Tone
   family, 21:19
   F. Jerome Jr., 21:16, 31:26 fig
   Franchot, 8:23, 23:22-24, 23:23 fig, 23:24 fig, 24:16n1, 24:28
   Frank Jerome, 23:22, 24:16n1, 31:23, 31:26 fig
   Gertrude (Franchot), 24:16n1
   Jeff, 23:24 fig
   Pascal (Pat), 23:24 fig
Tongue, Brown and Company, 24:12
“Top of the World” (ski trail), 26:21, 39:39, 39:41
Topolski, Alex, 46:103 fig
Torrie, Evelyn, 37:6
Towers, Graham, 11:14
Town Site Farm, 19:12 fig, 19:12-16
Townline Road, 24:34
Townsend, Alfie, 31:34
Township of Aldfield, 34:30
Township of Hull. see Hull (Township)
Toy Products of Canada, 5:26
toys, 32:34-36
   helicopter toy, 32:36 fig
   spool toy, 32:37 fig
tractors, 36:16, 36:18-19
Tracy, Michael, 13:15
trade tokens, 28:31-42, 28:32 fig, 28:35 fig, 28:Front & back covers fig
trading posts, 46:8-9
Trail Riders, 39:35, 39:37, 39:41, 44:10
train stations. see railway stations
trains
   accidents, 29:30-33, 29:31 fig
   ballast, 17:5
   at Blue Sea Lake, 17:iv fig
“Blue Sea Special,” 10:2
   Budd RDC “Dayliner,” 17:3
   Chelsea, 14:20-21, 42:6, 42:7
“Crosspatch,” 44:66, 44:67 fig
“Gatineau flyer,” 8:23
“Gatineau Limited,” 29:30-33
   in Gracefield, 44:76 fig
   gravel trains, 10:2
   identification of, 44:75-79
   Maniwaki, 15:32-33, 29:30-33
“Molasses Limited,” 29:33
   Royal Train, 17:4
   with snowplow, 17:iv fig
   steam trains, 16: Cover fig, 16:19 fig, 23:4, 23:6, 39:52
   in unknown village, 44:75 fig
   Wakefield, 14:16
   . see also railways
Trans Canada Trail, 35:8
Trans-Canada Telephone System, 3:19
Transport Urbain de Hull, 28:40, 37:25
transportation
   Gatineau Valley history of, 12:8-9, 13:9-13
   passenger boats, 13:12-13
   to schools, 33:20-21
   in winter, 17:10-13
   . see also specific types of transportation
transportation of convicts, 3:7-8
trappers, 18:31-34, 29:10
trapping of muskrat, 18:33-34
Travellers (ski run), 26:21
travelling permits, 23:14 fig
Traynor, Ian, 25:29 fig, 25:30
Treacy family, 45:3
Tréau de Coeli
   Désiré-Gustav, 43:34 fig, 43:34-36, 43:36 fig
       in Belgium, 43:35-36
       court action against, 43:34
       death of, 43:36
       financial irregularities of, 43:34-35
       as immigration agent, 43:34-36
       as secretary-treasurer of West Hull, 43:34-35
   Jeannette (Martin-Van Son), 43:35
Tréau de Coeli family monument, 43:36 fig
Tréau de Coeli house, 43:35
tree-farmers, 15:15
Treleaven, Tony, 25:29 fig, 25:30
Tremblay
   Guy, 23:3
   Mr., 41:77
Trempe
   Charlie, 24:15
   Edouard, 4:15
   H., 4:7
triangulation points, 11:12, 36:11 fig, 36:11-13
Tripp, Mary Ann. see Wilson, Mary Ann (Tripp)
Les Trois Érables (B&B), 42:75
   . see also The Maples (House)
Trottier, Gerald, 43:90
Trout Lake, 23:19
Trowsse
   family, 44:84
   Betty, 41:42
   Edith, 31:8
   Evelyn, 18:35
   Florence Sidney. see Bridgeman, Florence Sidney (Trowsse)
   George, 31:8, 31:Front cover fig
   Gordie, 32:26
   H., 42:17
   H. W., 42:17
   Harry, 20:26, 31:Front cover fig, 41:40, 41:42, 41:44
   Henry, 2:5
   Horace “Hod,” 31:8
   Lily, 2:5
   Phil, 21:28
   Philip, 35:9, 42:17
   Sydney, 31:8
   Thomas, 31:Front cover fig
Trowsse farmhouse, 44:84 fig
Troy, William, 25:33-34
Trudeau
   family, 11:12, 32:6
   Billy, 13:6
   Claude, 46:50 fig
   Del, 28:1
   Delmour “Del” John, 46:49-54, 46:50 fig, 46:51 fig, 46:52 fig, 46:53 fig
   Fanny (Aubin), 46:49
   Harold “Red,” 1:23, 32:2, 42:28
   Henry, 42:28
   Jeff, 32:Cover fig
   Margaret (Sinclair), 38:37, 38:44
   Mary (Sweeney), 43:30, 46:49
   Narcisse, 46:49
   Patricia (Hogan), 46:49, 46:53 fig
   Pierre Elliott, 21:24, 35:29-30, 38:37-38, 38:44, 40:8 fig, 40:12, 42:50, 43:89, 44:94 fig
   Susan, 46:53 fig
   William, 46:49
Trudel family, 42:6 fig
tuberculosis, 8:18, 16:25
Tucker
   Eleanora “Ellie” (Martin), 45:17-20, 45:24, 45:25 fig, 45:31-32
   Francis, 45:20
   Johnny, 45:24
Tucker Lake, 35:1, 35:3, 37:39, 45:17, 45:18 fig
Tuckerman, Sam, 42:9 fig
tugboats
   Ancaster, 41:16
   Basko, 41:15
   Boule, 41:15
   Clean Bottom’s tug, 25:29 fig
   E. Champagne, 41:1 fig, 41:1-12, 41:6 fig, 41:9 fig, 41:10 fig, 41:11 fig
   Eddy, 42:31
   Elisha Beeman, 41:16 fig
   Gyp, 41:15
   history of, 41:2, 41:2 fig
   Joan Carol, 41:15
   Karsh photo of, 41:65 fig, 41:66
   Laracina, 41:13 fig
   at Low, 1980, 35:Front cover fig
   Missinaibi, 41:16 fig
   near Chelsea Dam, 40:67-68
   Nellie S., 41:14 fig
   Pic II, 41:14 fig
   Pythonga, 41:15
   rakes on, 41:5
   retirement of, 41:9-10
   Siskin, 41:15 fig
   Skimmer, 41:15
   S.S. Chelsea, 41:5 fig, 42:31
   Two Tugs (painting), 46:79 fig
   Williamson, 41:15
tulip festival, 41:67
Tulip Valley Motel, 4:2, 25:4, 29:35, 29:42, 39:60
Turkawski, Dorothy (Stotesbury), 44:12 fig
Turnbull, Helen (Graham), 3:5
Turner
   John, 21:24
   Orrie, 9:3
Turnpike End, 14:1
   . see also Aylmer
Tuscarora Nation, 16:23-25
Tusonii (shop), 42:90
Tweedsmuir, Lord and Lady, 18:27, 25:8
Tweedsmuir Village Histories, 21:29
Twelfth of July picnic, 19:42
Twin Lakes, 8:21
Two Tugs (painting), 46:79 fig
Tymbs, James, 5:24
typhoid fever, 18:8, 19:43, 19:45
Tyson,
Sylvia, 44:110